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Remove the Edit

Posted by Jerry Petryha  
Remove the Edit
March 14, 2012 08:27PM
Why is the amount of times one edits one's posting shown on the post? Not necessary, and may have other consequences.

It should be removed.
avatar Re: Remove the Edit
March 19, 2012 01:31AM
Because admins can edit your post too!
Re: Remove the Edit
March 19, 2012 05:54AM
I don't mind seeing the edit notice if they do. And if the are editing, I'll assume it's not because it's a mistake in id ing a mineral. I would think it's because of uncalled for content, and therefore the member should be suspended.
avatar Re: Remove the Edit
March 19, 2012 01:29PM
The coherence of replies to threads can look a little strange if original posts are changed. Knowing some post has been edited can provide a reason for some of this. Personally I would be more inclined to totally remove the option for a person to edit their messages.

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